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Oct 3, 2012 4:00am PDT
. > > i will have to go with paul ryan, because he's the only one who has offered a comprehensive budget that would actually deal with the nation's problems. whether you agree or disagree with his plan, at least he's had the courage to step up and offer numbers. > > a new cnbc poll may surprise you. it reveals that 55% of americans say the economy is worse than it was four years ago. 22% say it's better, 17% it's about the same. but voters overwhelmingly chose president obama as the candidate that they would think could do a better job of fixing the economy by a 9-point lead. > > i would agree that the economy really hasn't changed. the issues that we had four years ago are still there. we haven't found a way to fix those problems. and the economy is not growing. it's hard to believe that someone who has more than doubled the deficit is going to fix the problem by raising taxes and trying to flood the economy with programs is going to grow our economy. > > which segues to the next topic, which is taxes. at president obama, of course, is pushing for higher taxes for millionaires and billi
Oct 10, 2012 4:00am PDT
as an incentive package to bring to janesville a medical isotope company. > > gop vp paul ryan is from janesville. were you surprised to hear him say that the obama administration is to blame for the closure of the factory, when in fact it was already closed, correct? > > it was already closed. there's a technical detail, which is that thousands of people lost their jobs when it closed on december 23rd, 2008. but, there were 57 workers who stayed at the plant to finish out a small truck order for isuzu, and that went into the spring. so, technically, i think paul was trying to use that as part of his convention speech. > > where do we go from here? you have been front and center in this situation, and as i mentioned at the top, there is a power struggle. what happens from here? do you have any insights at all? > > i think that we're in the middle of one of the most difficult economic times we've ever seen. the pew research center also tells us that we're in one of the most partisan times in american history, and i personally think that the only way we're going to get past this eco
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